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Everyone's favorite ultra-talented, highly ineffective lefty chucker is back where he belongs. Following his somewhat successful stint in the Chinese Basketball Association, Michael Beasley has signed a 10-day contract with the Miami Heat.
We're a long, long way from the Kansas State days.
The entire Miami Heat team seemed to show up for Shane Battier's annual karaoke event, "Battioke 2014.
Every name in this list had the potential to be stars in the NBA but have yet to -- or will never -- reach it.
Behind every great team, the superstars and the dynasties, are the guys that the average fans don't know about.
When LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh rose out of the stage amid the pyrotechnics and billowing smoke that bore resemblance to meeting the end boss of a video game, we were inclined to believe that these three alone were going to be devastating enough of a trio to wipe the floor with the NBA.
Being a great sixth man is all about energy.
The NBA is a state of repair.
Erik Spoelstra is boring holes through me as he answers my question on whether his Miami Heat are missing anything when Michael Beasley, the team's newcomer that was sitting out Saturday night's win over the Cleveland Cavaliers, isn't available.
With the 2013-14 regular season reaching the conclusion of its first quarter, it's time to look at some of the more surprising developments after the first 20-odd games.
Dime has been chronicling Kevin Durant's rise to fame since the OKC star was still a youngster in high school.
Go into any locker room in the NBA.
Michael Beasley has fit in with the 2-time defending champion a lot better than many predicted.
No, really, there were actual NBA games played last night, too!
UPDATE: Earlier today we reported that Michael Beasley had punched himself in the face after missing a shot against the Pistons in a preseason game on Thursday night.
Miami Heat star Michael Beasley needed medical attention after punching himself in the head repeatedly. Yes, like War Machine.
Everybody likes a comeback story, especially if that story involves someone that has been brought down from a place of esteemed height at one point.
Leave it to the NBA to continue to find ways to draw interest in its product, even if the interest being brought is mixed with negative and positive reactions.